A`isha (1953 film)
|Directed by||Gamal Madkoor|
|Produced by||Studio Masr|
|Written by||Gamal Madkoor |
|Starring||Zahrat El-Ola |
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A rich man meets a poor woman, A`isha, who sells lottery tickets in the streets. He is shocked at how her appearance resembles that of his recently deceased daughter. The rich man offers to pay her father a monthly fee to adopt her. The father accepts, and after finding out how attached the rich man is to A'isha, the father tries to blackmail him for more money. The police find out and jail the father.
Released from jail the father finds that A'isha has completed her studies. He demands a large amount of money from the rich man, but when he refuses to do so, the father takes her by force. The film ends as A`isha returns to her stepfather and marries her love, Dr. Sami.
- Film summary, Faten Hamama's official site. Retrieved on January 23, 2007.
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